+++Changing textile volumes through monitoring of human proximity+++
The installation is the outcome of an international workshop at the Shenkar College for Engineering and Design in Israel and was exhibited 2013 at the ZEZEZE Architecture Gallery in Tel Aviv. It examines the meeting point of engineering, architecture and design. During the workshop it was all about processing impressions of the space around us. The textile volumes were determined by real-time interactive programming of mechanical and electronic systems executing the selected changes. ZEZEZE Gallery is located directly at the Tel Aviv port and inspired us to create a model of light and water movement through using structural textiles in space. The installation also refers to customs and symbols of traditional Israeli drinking water festivals. Movement by servo motors and Arduino programming. Collaboration with Tzipporah Bazer.